The shelving that's been waiting in the wings for an eternity now finally comes to fruition. I'm not in the middle of anything that should interfere.
Name: Lyn Clarke
Appearance: Lyn hails from some sort of Yumland descent, although ever since her father's generation the family has been living in Electopia. She has a slightly dark oriental complexion. Her jaw-length hair was undoubtedly dark at one point, but is now a dark crimson dyed black at the tips. Her eyes are dark brown and her eyebrows, from her father's side, quite thick. A purple tattoo of an anchor adorns the left side of her face, concealing an already subtle scar while creating a whole new distraction. She has a notably long face with a distinct chin.
Lyn stands at about six feet, but tends to keep her head crooned down. Her figure is actually naturally poor, but she keeps herself in as good shape as she can manage through exercise. She constantly wears her father's old ship captain cap and gold-buttoned jacket. The jacket, however, mostly stays over her shoulders and open. Even in hot weather, however, it usually stays on, and even if not wearing it Lyn carries it around out of habit. Beneath the coat is a rather plain blue-going-on-black tank top, which runs too short and allows a view of her waist if the coat isn't in the way. She wears old and damaged baggy grey-green pants which are probably hand-me-downs, but certainly of her mother rather than her enormous father. The dark straps of her undergarment rise up enough to be visible over the sides. The pants are held up by a black leather studded belt. A silver wallet-chain hangs from her left pocket. A similar black strap adorns her left wrist for no reason but decoration. Her sneakers are simple grey-and-blue running shoes, but have been worn down from overuse. She normally wears similarly crummy grey socks beneath.
Personality: Lyn's personality would be described as "highly disagreeable" by anyone who managed to talk to her for a short period, but few get that close: the girl's bizarre attire and natural evil-eyed glare are enough to keep most at a distance. That's just the way she wants it: as a professional Navi trainer, Lyn makes no effort to attach herself to anyone. She aims to keep her natural hot temper at a cool level, a plan which falls apart whenever she's challenged on anything. She has trained herself to fight with or without a blunt weapon and has also gained a natural air of intimidation, allowing her to talk bigger than she really feels with ease, especially to strangers. With established acquaintances, however, her social skills are revealed to be staggeringly clumsy. Lyn has many sore spots, but none bigger than insulting her father or anything about him (in other words, his hat and jacket).
PET Modifications: None, save for her name crudely scratched into the back in spite of standard identification that can be found on the PET.
Appearance: Ship's body actually has two main components. The first would be the young girl in aqua navisuit riding in the smokestack of a ship. Ship wears a navy sailor's cap over her blonde curled hair. Her skin complexion is fair, although her only exposed skin is the head. Her large, bright eyes are sea-green and normally do their part to outshine the shade her cap casts over her eyes. Her suit has the white collar of a sailor suit meeting her Navi emblem, a white lifesave with four orange stripes in a deep blue sea, on her chest. Two navy ribbon edges hang from the emblem. The gloves of the suit are deep blue with a white trim, cutting off with raised white studs at the knuckles and returning to the aqua shade at the fingers.
The little girl is actually bound to the ship: her model only continues to a point about halfway between the knees and the ankles. The ship is a part of the Navi and her female part is unable to leave it. The ship itself looks very much like an ordinary cruise ship: in fact, it was originally modeled after one of Smooth Sails Cruise's famous cruise-liners with the attention to help advertise. The boat is mostly smooth-white in color, with a blue-green paint line for decoration at the base. Dark notches in the semblance of small windows adorn the upper deck. A black paint line adorns the rim of the ship to the deck. The deck itself is modeled after the actual ship's friendly wood-finished decks, but is actually composed of the same metallic material as the rest of the ship. Round panels decorate the ship's sides in the semblance of windows. An adjustable light is also on the front of the ship, although this seems like an afterthought in the Navi's design. The smokestacks are white at the base and decorated with a thick black rim at the mouth. The ship rests on a texture which makes it appear to be resting on some sort of liquid surface, even on the net floor: this is simply a texture, however, and does not function or really appear to be actual aquatic terrain.
Her battle routine adds a manual wheel interface with a disk that appears between her hands, allowing her to steer her ship in tighter maneuvers.
Personality: Ship's personality is a strong foil to her operator's. The Navi, naturally sociable and charismatic from her time in advertising, aggressively seeks to get to know other Navis. Although she appears young, she has actually been around for a number of years advertising for Electopian Cruiselines. Therefore, while her personality may seem cute, she's not naïve when it comes to emotions and motivations. In spite of this wisdom, her personality lends her an air-headed demeanor in relation to actual book knowledge. Throughout those years she was kept to her PET and the advertising network computers, thus she has no experience with Netbattling whatsoever. Ship tends to try her best and has a naturally generous side that leads her to seek to help others.
Custom Weapon: Wave Raiser — Waves and jets of water can naturally be created around Ship's lower half, although to a weak potential at her starting level. This, the most basic form of her ability, allows her to fire small jets or waves of water beneath the ship through slamming down the forward end or simply through quick movement. Most of these are aesthetic details: in actuality, she can spontaneously generate a jet of water without the theatrics from beneath the ship's base.
Signature Attack: Bank Wave — Through a sharp turning movement, Ship can create a large wave from the origin point of the ship's contact with the ground. The newly formed wave grows in size before crashing against a selected target. (Ground-type, 50 damage, Splash)
"You're Shelving Teethman!?"
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Ah, settled on the cruise ship one, eh? Can't say I blame you.
At any rate, it looks good to me. Approved.
At any rate, it looks good to me. Approved.